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A men gets depressed because his girlfriend has dumped him for a friend. He tries to attempt suicide but to no avail, so he decides to scare the guy that stole his girl, by throwing his own guts at him. Written by
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I thoroughly enjoyed this third installment in the Guinea Pig Series. The tone has lightened considerably after the first couple, with this one bearing a comic, I guess Peter Jackson style feel. He never dies is considerably darker and more edgy than a Peter Jackson film though, treating suicide with a seriously twisted humour. As with the first two, there are scenes of very nasty violence, enough to be very wince making at one or two points, but not as disturbing as the earlier ones. The characters in He Never Dies are likable and the script and direction are often funny in a bizarre way, whilst the ending is oddly uplifting. I would recommend this to those who enjoy sick humour, or the crazy end of Japanese cinema, or anyone who liked the first two Guinea Pig films but wanted them to lighten up a little.
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